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How does IMC Club Proficiency work? Messages in this topic - RSS

VinceN
VinceN
Posts: 3

11/25/2017
I've done a few instrument approaches which seems to be part of it but I can't tell what it wants for additional items and I can't seem to find any information on it on the site other than the link which goes to the EAA website.
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Andy Matthews
Andy Matthews
Posts: 54

11/27/2017
Thanks for your message! The pilot currency and IMC Club Proficiency statuses at www.iFlightPlanner.com/My are driven by the data saved in your Flight List & Logbook at www.iFlightPlanner.com/My/Flights. After flying a flight, be sure to log the data in your logbook using the "Close & Log" function in iFlightPlanner for iPad or in your Flight List & Logbook - it's the booklet icon with the green arrow.

Please let us know that got you in the right spot!

Andy

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VinceN
VinceN
Posts: 3

11/30/2017
Hey Andy,

I still don't understand. I've added multiple IFR approaches but it's still only showing a single entry. My IFR Approaches is showing as (Current) is there other data here it is looking for?
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Andy Matthews
Andy Matthews
Posts: 54

12/1/2017
The EAA's IMC Club's definition of "proficiency" is one instrument approach flown every month for 6 consecutive months... while the FAA recognizes currency as 6 approaches flown in the last 6 months, regardless of when they happen.

Have you entered one approach for each of the last 6 months?

Andy

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VinceN
VinceN
Posts: 3

12/2/2017
Andy,

No. I just started using the program recently and have not entered any backlogged flights.

So if I understand correctly, if I did NOT back-fill my flights it should show green once I have flown an INST approach for 6 consecutive months?
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Andy Matthews
Andy Matthews
Posts: 54

12/2/2017
Yes, you are correct...

Andy

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Co-Founder, Director of Business Development
iFlightPlanner
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